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  • n  family based on male descent
  • n  informal term for information

  • For years, papers have tried to attract gens X and Y with everything from hipper coverage to school partnerships to targeted pullout sections.
  • In all this, "Le Fabuleux Destin d'Amelie Poulain" (Amelie From Montmartre), a small movie with a large heart about gens de peu (the little people) trying to fulfil their dreams .
  • The best that a disillusioned Frenchman in downtown Beirut could say of those who kept hands off: "Ah, ces Unescans! Ces gens sans race, sans couleur et sans sexe.
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  • Auger to return as Komets sign five
    Big things were expected of forward Chris Auger last season - he had 38 goals and 71 points in 75 games in 2011-12 en route to the CHL championship - but his first ECHL season was derailed after four games by a hit to the knee from Evansville's Aaron Gens.
    July 27, 2013 - Fort Wayne Journal Gazette

  • Sue Myrick in
    I support the position held by Gens. George Casey and Norton Schwartz, and believe that the military should finish its study on the impact of repealing the 'Don't Ask, Don't Tell' policy before any Congressional action is taken,Myrick said.
  • Meryl Streep in
    The movie, directed by Xavier Gens, was inspired by a best-selling video game and serves as an excellent illustration of my conviction that video games will never become an art form - never, at least, until they morph into something else or... Roger Ebert Eurogamer Nov 26, 2007 41606 53374 gent MERYL STREEP, the star of Altman's last movie A PRAIRIE HOME COMPANION, adds, What a gent, what a guy, what a great heart. Bob's restless spirit has moved on. I have to say, when I spoke with him last week, he seemed impatient for the future. He...

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